TxM 002 Section 1 -- Problem statement, why read this, history Created by James on 6/26/2013 2:54:30 PM
Section 1: Problem statement, why read this, history -- is broken down into the 14 subsections given below, and contained in Articles TxM 003 - TxM 016 following next:
1.1 Why you should read this
1.2 Typical needs
1.3 Problem description
1.4 What is a Strategic Engineered Precision Taxonomy (SEPT) to JAR&A Standards?
1.5 History of the JAR&A Strategic Engineered Precision Taxonomy (SEPT) approach?
1.6 What is NOT a Strategic Engineered Precision Taxonomy?
1.7 Taxonomy principles
1.8 The desired end-state
1.9 Why Taxonomy coding is important
1.11 What is different about the JAR&A ERP Implementation approach
1.12 Why use the JAR&A approach?
1.13 Key Benefits of the JAR&A SEPT approach to system and data warehouse configuration
1.14 The REAL cost of SEPT Versus the REAL cost of conventional solutions And the REAL value of SEPT
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